Seton Identification and Safety Products
Braille Signs
Description
Use
Compliance
Substrate Type
Thickness (ASTM-D1593)
Gloss
Service Temperature
Abrasion Resistance
Avg. Outdoor Durability
Chemical Resistance
7 Day Immersion
Dip Test
Rub Test
Shelf Life
Braille Signs(view printable PDF of this page here)
Description: Seton Braille Signs meet the ADA requirements and Grade 2 Braille.
Use: Seton Braille Signs are designed for use by visually handicapped individuals.
Compliance: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Substrate Type: Blended Plastic.
Thickness:
(ASTM-D1593)
Total 0.060 in. (1.52mm).
Gloss: 15 Gardner Units
Braille Signs
Service
Temperature:
-40F to 193F (-40C to 90C)
Abrasion
Resistance:
(Method 5306 of U.S. Federal Test Method Std. No 191A):
CS-17 Wheel 500 g wt legend withstands up to 1200 cycles.
Average Outdoor Durability: 3 - 5 years (Average expected outdoor life of product will depend onuser definition of failure, climatic conditions, mounting techniques,and material color).
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Chemical Resistance:
 Reagent 7 Day Immersion Dip Test Rub Test
 30% Sulfuric Acid NE NE NE
 10% Sulfuric Acid NE NE NE
 30% HCL NE NE NE
 10% HCL NE NE NE
 50% NaOH NE NE NE
 10% NaOH NE NE NE
 Methyl Ethyl Ketone F F F
 Acetone F F F
 Methanol F NE NE
 1, 1, 1, Trichloroethane F F NE
 IPA F NE NE
 ASTM #3 Oil NE NE NE
 SAE 20 Oil NE NE NE
 Mineral Spirits F NE NE
 Diesel Fuel F NE NE
 Heptane F NE NE
 Toluene F F F
 Alconox NE NE NE
 Kerosene NE NE NE
 Bleach NE NE NE
 Water NE NE NE
       
 NE: No Effect     F: Failed
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7 Day Immersion: Immersed in reagent for 7 days.
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Dip Test: Five 10 minute dips in reagent with 30 minute recovery.
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Rub Test: Rubbed sample for one minute with swab soaked in reagent.
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Shelf Life: Indefinite when stored at 70°F (21°C) and 40% to 50% R.H.
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